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what? and new details on katherine russell. finally, here in new york, deb feyerick on tam ran's connection to a bizarre, unsolved triple murder case. i want to begin with jake tapper in boston. what have you learned about what dzhokhar is telling investigators? i know there's been preliminary interviews and you've been getting the nuts and bolts and details about how they have been communicating and what he said. >> reporter: that's right, erin. u.s. government official has relayed to me some of the news from dzhokhar tsarnaev in his discussions with investigators. we learned last night that he was talking about how there were no foreign terrorist organize sgra zagss involved, that his brother was the driving force and jihad in nature considering themselves to be under attack as muslims and trying to fight back. that is what dzhokhar has been telling investigators. so i don't want to -- i want to make sure everyone understands, this is what he is saying. in addition, we found out some more details. one of them that is the wars in iraq and afghanistan are part of the motivating
bringing less daunting skies to this town, which is really now in complete lockdown. our deb feyerick is on another side of town where police seem to be getting ready for some kind of movement on a possible building, but in the meantime they are going door-to-door here to check to make sure, they are looking for a suspect who they believe now attacked the boston marathon, who helped carjack a car, fired at police all night long, threw what we are told explosiv explosives at police. this is a dangerous situation. they are after a very dangerous person. right now, at least as far as we know, they do not know where he is. so that is the latest here from watertown, which i can tell you visually is buttoned up tight. now i want to toss to some sound from a witness who witnessed some of what was happening last night on the streets here in watertown. take a listen to this. >> we thought we heard firecrackers, so me and my son looked out the third floor window and we heard gunshots. and then we saw the explosion. i actually saw a black suv come down laurel street and cross over dexter, it loo
amputations, deb feyerick reports, leg amputations and ball bearings among the shrapnel being removed from the victims. a very fluid situation. we should note that often in the early hours after such a tragedy, you get conflicting information or you get information that later turns out not to be true. but the headline at this hour, that bolo, be on the lookout issued by law enforcement officials for a dark skinned or black man that officials say appear to be trying to get entry into a restricted area just before that first explosion. >> of course, at this point, there was a ground stop at logan airport. we were flying in earlier today, flights from new york were shut down for a time, then the airport opened again. so obviously, they are being very cautious all throughout the city and really all throughout the country now, various states of alert in various regions, including new york city. officials saying they are in a heightened state of alert there, being very cautious at airports and other points of interest. are you hearing anything from officials in terms of the number of people that
, the site of the attack is open again, deb feyerick joins us live from boylston street. deb, pretty emotional down there tonight, it seems. >> reporter: you know, it's been very emotional. it's been very emotional all day. and a number of people are coming simply leaving flowers and hats and stuffed animals, notes, cards. the primary message is, you will be remembered, we will not forget. we're in this all together. and you know, there was a very -- so interesting, when you look all around, you can see, even behind the windows of the building were blown out back there. investigators, forensic experts have been working this scene, this was a crime scene until today. and they removed windows, removed doors, even removed a tree they think one of the suspects may have touched. this is really where tamerlan tsarnaev left his backpack. and we spoke to a couple of girls who came back -- they were standing right here, and they were amazed at the twist of fate that allowed them to escape uninjured, while others were not so lucky. take a listen, piers. >> it feels like it didn't happen. somet
, too. i'm joined live here in boston with deb feyerick. you have an understanding of talking with investigators that they are looking at every single step that these two people took all the way down the road. >> absolutely. and to give a little more perspective, we do know -- i've spoken with a number of analysts. those two men were heading down in the path towards the finish line. they were just about eight feet apart. they have practiced this route multiple times. they knew exactly where they were going. they knew exactly how much time they had in between the various stops. these men are carrying explosives. they are carrying bombs on their backs and yet they don't look nervous, not in the least. that's why investigators believed they rehearsed this route many, many times. the two men are walking in direction of the finish line. the man in the black hat, he keeps walking. the man in the white hat stops at an earlier point. there's a distinctive picture of him looking back down towards the racers. he has the second device. the man in the black hat, he keeps walking. they kno
deb feyerick has more on the brotherho brotherhood, its roots and violent way of life. >> reporter: they call themselves the aryan brotherhood of texas, the abt. considered one of the most dangerous gangs in the state with roots inside the walls of the texas prison system. >> i think they are in brotherhood of texas today -- the aryan brotherhood of texas today is arguably the most violent white supremacist gang out there. >> reporter: the abt modeled itself after a california-based prison gang called the aryan brotherhood who were the subject of this "national geographic" documentary. >> while most gangs seek safety in numbers, the aryan brotherhood remains an exclusive crew. only the most cunning and ruthless convicts may enter the brand's privileged rank. >> reporter: inmates in texas asked the aryan brotherhood for permission to start a texas chapter. the southern poverty law center says they were denied membership. we don't know why, but it didn't seem to matter. authorities say the abt followed the california model. >> it is said to be one of the gangs that live by the blood
will leave it there for now. we will go to deb feyerick who has an update on this presser involving the police and other authorities. deb? >> we do. actually, one piece of information that we're getting from a source is that the suspect is actually not in good condition. he was injured. he was taken to the hospital and he is being treated there. so everybody's going to be keeping an eye on that to see what happens. but yeah, it's rather interesting because we were there very early. we got to the site about 4:00 in the morning. we are now being told that he was in a boat, authorities believe, for almost -- that was just four blocks away. so it's pretty remarkable about how this whole thing played out, just to see the fact that he was there and the way that police really and law enforcement authorities were able to execute this so properly. there was such a huge presence of law enforcement. we're talking thousands of people who were on the ground and they were sectioning off the entire area going block by block, checking the homes as they went, and there was one area that was of parti
deb feyerick's reporting. she was talking about a lot of the injuries being on the lower part of the leg which indicated a bomb that was close to the ground, ten amputations, seven multi-system trauma wounds. what can you tell us about the kinds of injuries that these people are suffering from tonight? >> well, you know, those are obviously very important details and we're hearing that at least three different hospitals have now had to perform amputations, just following up on deb's reporting there, so this all sort of fits with the type of explosion that was seen there. typically, erin, you have first a primary blast and that's the blast from the bomb itself, and as you watch those runners and people around the area, you get an idea of the significance of that blast, but it's worth pointing out as you watch that video closely that you do see people who are pretty close to where this blast seemed to have originated who do run out of that area shortly thereafter. so it seems to have been contained or at least gone into a particular direction at least a little bit. the secondary
of the men was carrying. deb feyerick has been working the investigation all day. what can you tell us about it some. >> it's what both of the men were carrying. >> one had a backpack, the other a small dufflebag. both of them were photographed numerous times in and around the phenni finish line. they have caught the interest of the officials at the highest levels of government who were looking, they're trying to spread these searches around to see if anybody knows or anybody can identify who they are or what it is they could be doing. because of the size, because of the shape of the backpacks, they believe that it was very easy for them to conceal some sort of device, the crock pot -- the pressure cooker inside that bag, they've even isolated parts in the bag that look like it's sort of full. that was one of the things that caught the attention of law enforcement. they're aggressively looking for these men and trying to figure out what they were doing. they don't know who they are, but they have definitely risen to the top of the list. >> wow. when you first reported this, they were interes
conference when they released the images. deb feyerick is also joining us from watertown. she has the latest. deb? >> jake, john, we can tell you this area is essentially a frozen zone. people are being told to shelter in place, to stay away from windows, stay away from doors. we're looking at a police caravan that just passed here. this was a key area, an area where a lot of law enforcement was gathering. we saw a truck. there were armed personnel on it. we saw bomb sniffing dogs from the fbi. really, the impression was they were searching for an ied. something you would see in a theater of war, in a combat zone, not here in the streets of boston. you still have a lot of personnel. some have slowly been pulling back. again, it's a very active scene that's going on right now. we don't know the status. we don't know where this individual is, whether he's close. whether he's in custody. but by creating a huge perimeter around this particular area, what they do hope to do is either flush him out, or at least tighten the noose. and so that's what they're trying to do. they are going door-to-door
was to further attack people and cause more death and destruction. >> cnn's deb feyerick is in new york. and pentagon correspondent chris lawrence is in north kingstown, rhode island, with exclusive details on the wife of the eldest brother. but before we get to that, deb, we just learned dzhokhar tsarnaev has been charged with using a weapon of -- or using weapons of mass destruction. run us through the specific charges. >> yeah, i want to take you through some of the key points that are here in this criminal complaint. those released just moments ago. first of all, he's charged with using a weapon of mass destruction and conspireing to use a weapon of mass destruction. those are the two preliminary charges upon which he's being held. now, some specificity in the document, first of all, in tsarnaev's room, at his college room, they found a large py pyrotechnic, they also found bbs that was found in his room. in a car, second location, they recovered two unexploded ieds, two bombs also in that -- the containers, similar containers, and remnants of an exploded ied. now, apparently, tsarn
, within an hour, news from our own deb feyerick, we have the suspect cornered and he was cornered in a boat, and you know what happened since then. it was an unreal unfolding of events, very intense, and very dangerous for all of these officers and first responders. once he was captured, joy, celebration. i want to you listen to the fbi special agent in charge. here is what he said after that capture. >> today the city of boston, the city of cambridge and the city of watertown and many other communities can breathe a sigh of relief knowing two perpetrators that caused so much pain and anguish are no longer a threat to our personal safety and to our communities. >> reporter: no longer a threat indeed. want to show you the video of the jubilation that broke out within minutes of the announcement at 8:45 last night of this capture. just incredible video of people on the street, cheering and chanting, "usa, usa," feeling safe in their own city once again, and even with the jubilation, a lot of pieces to pick up, and 58 people still hospitalized and the four precious lives lost, four v
elementary has some gun manufactures thinking about packing up and moving their businesses else where. deb feyerick has more. >> reporter: when it comes to shooting competitions, this is one of the most popular sporting rifles in america. 34-year-old mark owns not only the semi automatic rifle, but owns the company that makes it. >> how many do you sell per month? >> about 6,000 rifles per month. >> reporter: the connectic connecticut-based companies and poised to bring in an estimated $80 million in sales this year. he says about $4 million of that in connecticut. all that is now in jeopardy. connecticut's strict new gun laws ban the sale of these firearms in the very state where they're made. >> have you thought about possibility of losing connecticut? >> i've considered it more than i ever have. the offers out there are very, very tempting. they're offering everyting from building you a factory, helping you incur moving costs, tax incei investments and incentives. >> there's a huge economic impact. >> reporter: steve heads the nation national sporting found atiatio. last year they paid
much. as we get ready to go to deb feyerick, forensic expert a few moments ago told me there's a big difference between skin cell dna and blood dna. blood dna could have indicated that this came from a victim. skin cell dna, as joe ind indicated, from someone along the manufacturering line or someone involved in the making of the bomb. >>> a possible link between tamerlan tsarnaev, the older brother, and a jihadist in russia who died in a firefight with police while tamerlan tsarnaev was in the region, right? >> that's right. what we're learning is that they're looking into the possible link between tamerlan tsarnaev and a young boxer, canadian turned jihadi. he and six others killed in the dagestan region in july 2012, exactly the same time that tamerlan tsarnaev was in the very same region. his body was prepared for burial by an imam july 14th. they believe it was brought down from the mountains and prepared for burial. a few days later, tamerlan left dagestan and went to moscow where he caught a plane to the united states. the time line of this is that tamerlan was actually waitin
. >> jewuliette, we have deb feyerick on the phone. you spoke to a photographer who was near the suspect? i'm not hearing -- >> hello? hello? >> yeah. deborah, can you hear us? deborah, can you hear us? >> yes, hi, chris. hi, chris. hi, everyone. we -- the pictures that you are probably showing on air right now, a man who seems to be running from the location and what makes this picture so interesting and why the fbi has been asking the gentleman who shot it is because the man ran away from the blast virtually at the moment -- the second after it detonated. and the positioning of the body, his -- the way he's faced, the fbi is looking at it to understand. the man who took that picture works in the building next door and was snapping photographs all day and decided to wander over to the scene, wander over to the window at that moment and then he heard the blast. he recorded about 12 different snapshots of this individual running from the scene and so we know that the fbi has questioned him as to what he may have seen, but it happened so quickly, it is just -- the positioning of the body, the
for that. >>> let's get the latest on some of the other stories we're following. deb feyerick has the "360" news bulletin. >>> a juror has been dismissed from the jodi arias trial after reportedly making statements about the case to another juror. the defense asked for a mistrial, but the judge denied that request. >>> arkansas's attorney general is opening an investigation into what made a pipeline burst, spilling thousands of gallons of oil into a residential area. the attorney general asked exxonmobil for all documents related to the still and ongoing cleanup. >>> for the first time, new video is giving us a look inside the florida sinkhole that killed a man. the video was shot by hillsborough county government contractors. >>> and in canada, a hero dog, rocky and his owner, saved two girls from an icy river in edmonton. the sisters were sledding and ended up on the ice which broke. rocky's owner was able to pull one of the girls out, then rocky jumped in the water and helped tow the other girl to safety. anderson? >> dogs are awesome. we'll be right back. i love to eat. i love hanging
. hope you join us for that. >>> let's get the latest on some of the other stories we're following. deb feyerick has the "360" news bulletin. >>> hi there, anderson. hi there, everyone. >>> a juror has been dismissed from the jodi arias trial after reportedly making statements about the case to another juror. the defense asked for a mistrial, but the judge denied that request. >>> arkansas's attorney general is opening an investigation into what made a pipeline burst, spilling thousands of gallons of oil into a residential area. the attorney general has asked exxonmobil for all documents related to the still and ongoing cleanup. >>> for the first time, new video is giving us a look inside the florida sinkhole that killed a man. the video was shot by hillsborough county government contractors. >>> and in canada, a hero dog, rocky and his owner, saved two girls from an icy river in edmonton. the sisters were sledding and ended up on the ice which broke. rocky's owner was able to pull one of the girls out, then rocky jumped in the water and helped tow the other girl to safety. anderson? >>
office building back in 1995. deb feyerick you are on the scene in boston. you're speaking with law enforcement, local, state, federal law enforcement types. any sense of sort of a general description of where this investigation stands right now, infancy, middle, advanced, anything along those lines? >> earlier in the week we were told forensic teams were expected to wrap up toward the end of the week. there's been no update on that. we're not clear whether in fact they have gotten all the evidence they need from various locations. the one by the tree where one device went off and also by the finish line where another device went off. they've been canvasing the area now and we're told that there were other people. through the last couple days we've seen a number of photographs of people who investigators are interested in speaking with. it'll be very, very interesting if the photographs that we have seen are an individual or individuals who now they are looking for. there are a couple of people who saw or were very difficult to identify. there was nothing that stood out about them.
are standing by in boston to help us pore over these images. jake tapper, deb feyerick, drew griffin, there with our security analysts here in "the situation room." they're giving us unique insight into this break-through in the case. it is a major break-through in what happens next. let's listen in to the fbi's announcement less than an hour or so ago. this is the fbi agent in charge, richard delaureis. >> good afternoon. i am the special agent in charge of the fbi's boston division. since monday's bombing, we've been working around the clock and committed to investigating the matter, this matter to bring those responsible to justice. our collective law enforcement team has pursued thousands of leads and tips. as i said two days ago, we're working methodically and with a sense of urgency to identify those responsible for the bombings. within the last day or so, through the careful process, we initially developed a single person of interest. not knowing that the individual was acting alone or in concert with others, we obviously worked with extreme purpose to make that determination.
to interrupt. >> we're -- i guess we're going to go to deb feyerick, is that right? >> tamerlan is -- >> t is the aunt. >> smart boy. seemingly did not find himself yet in america, because it is not easy. my younger brother ruslan, he had high expectation of him. because he knew he was smart. he knew he could use his potential, but, you know, and then when he found out that he dropped out of university, that was ruslan was desperate because he always demands more of his children, of his nephews, especially tamerlan, his favorite, so as i said, he's smart guy. >> can you tell us about when they came to the united states, where they had been living before that? >> i brought them here. i was in the states, going through my paperwork. >> when was that? >> that was 2001. so then in 2002 my older brother came to the states, that's when i find out his paperwork, myself, for the refugee protection claim. >> your older brother -- >> older brother. no. then in april of 2002, boy's father, his wife and little dzhokhar, came to the states. that's when i filed a petition for their refugee status. becau
learned some new and chilling detail of collier's ambush. cnn's deb feyerick will join plea now with those. what have we learned? zbl >> one of the big questions, why did they kill the police officer? did they spot him? but now we're being told that the m.i.t. officer allegedly shot to death by the two brothers never alerted dispatch, that he -- that he had seen them, he never had time to trigger his emergency system which is what they have on radios in event they can't actually get to their radio. what we're being told is that one of the brothers allegedly one of the brothers walked up to the car and simply executed this man as he sat alone in his patrol car on the m.i.t. campus. police responded not because they had gotten a call from the police officer, they responded because there were multiple 911 calls that came in saying that shots had been fired on the campus. one thing investigators are look at is why did they do this, because it didn't appear that he had spotted them first. but this is what really triggered an entire time line of events that ultimately led to the death of one and
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, jake. >> all right. deb feyerick in watertown, stay safe. we'll come back later in the program. i want to bring in our cnn security analyst and former department of homeland security official. one thing that is so remarkable. downtown boston which on a normal friday would be full of commerce and traffic and people, the streets are eerily abandoned. there is a real military presence here. it's spooky in a way. and what you and i were talking about before, one of the things that is so remarkable is this is all voluntary. >> all voluntary. just to make clear what i think the shelter in place order is about -- >> it means stay in your homes. >> right. this is what governor patrick talked about. not only is it voluntary. people are just doing this because they know it is a serious deal but what it has done is limited public safety resources to just folk ouns this hunt. so there aren't car accidents, people having voluntary surgeries. everyone is at home, keeping the resources free for this hunt. so it isn't -- this is something we explained to our kids, right? it isn't that they're unsafe i
tighten them. cnn national correspondent deb feyerick in new york. tell us more. >> despite president obama's urgency to restrict and control access to guns, twice as many states have passed laws making it easier to carry firearms. now five states including new york, connecticut, and colorado have passed some of the strictest gun laws in the country. ten states, however, eased gun restrictions passing 17 new laws. and to better understand this, the reason for this, take a listen to tennessee lawmaker joshua evans. >> the president said we needed to have a national discussion on gun control. and i think he's right. because any time you set up a place where guns are restricted you're telling criminals this is an area that you can come and prey on people. and so those gun-free zones do exactly the opposite of what the opponents think they do. and so we want to -- i think we need to have a discussion. i think we need to work toward eliminating those zones and giving people the ability to carry and protect themselves and their families whenever they go. and so the president couldn't be mor
of the most photographed events on the country. deb feyerick has been working her contacts. just two people in pictures that authorities are looking into. >> not just those two people, it's a lot of different people. investigators look through all the images and see something about a particular person or people that seems abnormal, so they have to see context that exists within the photo itself and see what is going on. these two young men happen to hit the radar because each of them had a backpack, the backpack seemed unusually heavy, certainly big enough you could carry one of these pressure cooker devices. so they have to look and figure out who those guys are. they have a number of images, and these images were going to the highest levels of intelligence to ascertain does anybody know who these guys are. well, it turns out after a generated interest, people began to phone in and say we do know who these guys are, and once the investigators stepped in, their importance went from high to less high. i don't want to say they've ruled anybody out, because even investigators will tell you nob
. >> we're learning more including deb feyerick who has been working her sources because there have been reports of this person who was murdered several years ago here in the boston area. deb feyerick, this was correct me if i'm wrong, a friend of the elder suspect of tamerlan tsarnaev. what have you learned? >> well, this wasn't just any friend. this was actually his best friend, the two were sparring partners, they spent a lot of time together, and now we're being told by a source close to the boston investigation that in fact the murder, the murder of the best friend brendan mass and two others who were also killed, it is getting looked at by a wider set of eyes, by a lot more investigators to see is there any connection, any link? initially the crime was seen as a drug related crime. the three men, we're being told, had their throats slit and the district attorney at the time confirmed that each of the men had died of sharp force injuries to the neck. a very bloody crime scene at that. we are told that after the crime, the victims, it appears, didn't know the perpetrators, one of the
with john king and deb feyerick. john on the phone working his sources tonight because that's what it's like with everyone making the calls. to reset where we are, deb, can you update us on exactly what you know as we believe this is reaching the very final moments. >> yeah, it really is. clearly, this they believe is the person they have been looking for for the last week. he was able somehow to find shelter in a structure, an open structure, which didn't require a key, didn't require any sort of break-in, it appears. maybe that's overstating it, but he was able to hide there. then they knew he was in the watertown location. they were thinking about looking down by the river bed today, because it's right near the river, but then however they got the visual on him, whether it was waiting him out, they finally were able to find where he was. they had helicopters in the air, a helicopter now is on scene. we are told actually, this is a little bit of a development, we are told that it does not appear that he had on any sort of explosives on his body and it does not appear that he had any pipe b
're bringing in deb feyerick. let's set out a couple of these things. the suspect has rights as an american citizen under the constitution. anything you get before you are mirandized cannot be used in court. very few exceptions to that. and they waited a while before the rights were given. what is our understanding about right, wrong, good, bad here? >> i spoke to the justice department as well as the u.s. attorney's office in boston. this guy is an american citizen. he had to be mirandized under the law of the u.s. once public safety was no longer an issue, they were able to go -- the first mistake wasn't setting up a meeting between the judge and the fbi and the doctors and everybody else in the room that day. the first mistake was whether the united states paid close enough attention from the warning they got from russia. that's when you have to go back because russia doesn't pick up the phone -- russia does not pick up the phone. you better take it seriously when they do. you have to have this person on the radar to track their movements. >> you have that on that side. public safety, he
in one form or another, our deb feyerick has reported that he can and does nod his head in response, wolf. so they were able to communicate with him even though, as you know, he's intubated, sedated, and possibly restrained. so the extent of the communication you have and what you learn from it, i mean, clearly they're asking questions about public safe tty first and foremost about, were there other bombs, is there any other issue that they need to be concerned with? so that would be the first part of their interrogation. >> tom, this is obviously, as gloria points out, not a normal interrogation. huge challenges. take us behind the scenes. how would such a nonverbal interrogation likely be conducted? >> well, they would try as best they can, if he's able to nod and if he can hear them clearly, to formulate as many questions as possible if a yes or no fashion. do you know, was somebody else involved in this? yes or no. do you have explosives hidden in some other location? and maybe they would name where they have recovered explosives and firearms and say, are there any other locations, ye
're looking at all aspects of this mystery as well. deb feyerick, thank you. >>> the mother of the boston bombing suspects is now speaking out. you'll hear what she says about her sons. that's coming up. you'll also hear from the vice chairman of the senate intelligence committee, senator saxby chambliss joining us to talk about the bombing investigation. he's just left the hearing where the fbi behind closed doors has briefed the senators. welcnew york state, where cutting taxes for families and businesses is our business. we've reduced taxes and lowered costs to save businesses more than two billion dollars to grow jobs, cut middle class income taxes to the lowest rate in sixty years, and we're creating tax free zones for business startups. the new new york is working creating tens of thousands of new businesses, and we're just getting started. to grow or start your business visit thenewny.com would absolutely not have taken a zip line in the jungle. i'm really glad that girl stayed at home. vo: expedia helps 30 million travelers a month find what they're looking for. one traveler at a
progress in terms of how the device was detonated and also his condition. >> deb feyerick, thank you. security cameras helped identify these boston bombing suspects as you know and they are becoming increasingly effective as a tool for police. >> reporter: hard to believe these eyes in the sky play such a vital role in protecting us from harm. >> we are releasing photos of the two suspects. >> the industry felt our work was worth while after those photographs were released identifying the suspects. >> reporter: a victory yes but one that comes with a price tag. >> a family such as this with a decent megapixel count today is probably about a $3,000 investment. >> this particular camera you're watching me through cost about $1500. it's installed about 150 feet from where i'm standing but if you zoom in you really can't see that much detail. this camera on the other hand same distance but a lot clearer. it is also double the cost. it costs about $3,000 to be installed on just one street corner. video surveillance in the u.s. is a $10 billion business. that number soared in the years aft
's where deborah feyerick is and why the enormous military police presence is there. >> we've been checking with them. we have them on the line. deb, what's the latest? >> we can tell you -- i want to tell you -- sorry, i'm juggling phones and iphones and everything else. we want to tell you that we're being told in fact s.w.a.t. team is making entry into one of the buildings there. now, this is going to happen all day. earlier i reported there's sort of an ebb and flow of people going in and people coming out. they had somebody on the ground who was contained, circled, a lot of police cars around him. now they're making entry into a house. could be related, could not be related. but, again, what the teams are trying to do is they're trying to make sure that they go to every single known area that this person may have been. this is just following leads. this is just following up the leads they have to follow-up on. they had somebody on the ground. and now we are told that in fact they're making entry -- s.w.a.t. is making entry into one of the homes. wolf. >> deb, thank you. just so they un
this suspect and how the investigation is done. deborah feyerick joining us in new york. don lemon is outside beth israel hospital in boston. deb, start with you, what are you learning? >> well, anderson, we can tell you that investigators and doctors are staying close by the alleged suspect. he is on a ventilator, he is heavily sedated and also restrained. one of the reasons is because they don't want him when he does wake up, when he is sort of -- when he does wake up, they don't want him to rip the ventilator out of his mouth. they're really trying to keep him as calm and as stable as they possibly can. they don't want any additional stress to the body. what we are being told is every couple of hours, every several hours, investigators will go in and in the presence of doctors they are asking him questions. now, this could be in writing because the suspect may have sustained some hearing loss during that shootout and the flash bang grenades going off at the time. investigators are asking basic questions, safety questions. are there anymore bombs? is there a bomb stash? are there any weapon
before the blasts. deborah feyerick joins me now. deb, so i know law enforcement officials have been debating whether or not they are going to release these images. have they made any decision? are they still grappling with this issue? >> no, there's been no determination as to whether to release those photos. those photos were widely circulated yesterday. they showed two young men, both of them carrying bags. one is a backpack, the other is sort of a sling shoulder bag. but now after speaking to an intelligence source, i am told that in fact investigators are dialing back on those two individuals. they were clearly wanted or of interest because of where they were standing, how they were standing, the size of the bags. but right now it looks like those two individuals are sort of falling farther down on the list of people who need to be identified. there's been a lot of reporting about who these two individuals might be. and cnn has actually reached out to some people who know these two individuals. so right now looks like those two are falling down the list. there's still a lot of o
dzhokhar tsarnaev was not armed after being found hiding in that boat. deborah feyerick joins us now with the details. deb, the criminal complaint referred to a standoff and gunfire between the police and suspect when he was captured. what have you learned today? >> well, the criminal complaint does indeed reference gunfire, gunshots, but it doesn't say between police and the suspect. it just says he was taken down after basically gunfire erupted. so they sort of hedge how they worded that. we do know that the two bomb suspects had guns on them. one was identified as used against the carjacking victim. other guns were used during a shootout in watertown, a shootout that lasted really just over a minute. guns recovered from that scene as well. but it does not appear that when dzhokhar tsarnaev raisatsarnaev shelter in the boat that he was armed, at least not with guns. we're also learning, anderson, federal law enforcement officials telling cnn's susan candiotti that they do believe one of the two devices was detonated using a remote control. that really goes -- that is substantiated
link between them. >> reporter: deborah feyerick, cnn, boston, massachusetts. >> great reporting there by deb. more on the boston bombings in a moment. just ahead, why texas governor rick perry is demanding an apology over an editorial cartoon about last week's deadly fertilizer plant explosion. whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in. with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises. the day building a play set begins with a surprise twinge of back pain... and a choice. take up to 4 advil in a day or 2 aleve for all day relief. [ male announcer ] that's handy. ♪ but first you've got to get him to say, "hello." new crest 3d white arctic fresh toothpaste. use it with these 3d white products, and whiten your teeth in just 2 days. new crest 3d white toothpaste. life opens up when you do. new crest 3d white toothpaste. at tyco integrated security, we consider ourselves business optihow?rs. by building custom security solutions t
driving away. that's all the information we have. deborah feyerick, john king with me. deb, what are i hearing? >> this is a fascinating e-mail coming from chris lawrence, who is on the umass dartmouth campus today. apparently officials are confirming a "boston globe" report that he was on campus on wednesday, that apparently a swipe card shows that he entered the building and he went to the gym and spent wednesday night in his dorm on campus. that's coming from chris lawrence. that's been approved by folks in washington. >> again, around 8:45, the most clear word or most positive word we have gotten from one of our -- boston police have just tweeted suspect in custody. let me repeat that. around 8:45 p.m., boston police department has just tweeted that the suspect is in fact in custody. this seems to verify what elizabeth cohen witnessed, neighbors yelling at police did you get him, police officers saying yes as the vehicle drove off. safe to assume that the suspect is in that vehicle. what happens now? >> well, now we're in the sort of usual criminal legal process. this is a big deba
with a special deal that starts with putting down the guns. our national correspondent deborah feyerick is joining us. she's been in syracuse. she's got the details. what's going on, deb? >> wolf, the thing that's gotten lost in the gun control debate is the fact that majority of crimes are being committed by a minority of people, gangs that are holding entire neighborhoods hostage. well, now there is a program that saw a 60% drop in youth homicides in boston, a 40% drop in youth homicides in cincinnati and they're hoping the same will happen in syracuse. >> this is what most people think of when they think of syracuse. what they don't think of is that like many mid-sized cities -- >> 20-year-old black male -- >> syracuse has a serious gang problem. >> you have i.d. on you? >> reporter: and where there are gangs, police say there are always guns. more than 30 confiscated while we were here. >> the rival groups standing out in front of the store. some kids kind of came in from behind the houses to the empty lot over there and they were armed with sawed-off shotguns and fire from across t
to a hospital and pronounced dead there. want to check in with our deborah feyerick. we have reporters all throughout boston and the surrounding areas. she is in watertown. deb, just set the scene of where you are and what you're seeing around you right now. >> reporter: anderson, we're in the area where there were three pretty big incidents earlier in the day. first one happened just about 5:30 when there were a number of cars that came up the street, just behind me. and they went into, they staged a tactical strike they went into a home. it is unclear as to why they were looking at that home, why they were targeting that home, but then we understand a forensic team went in following that. they were looking there. a couple of hours later, right on the street, just in front of me, and here is what we're seeing all day, anderson. i'm sure a lot of people are, but you're seeing sort of heavy artillery vehicles. this actually may be a shift change. and that's going to work in the favor of law enforcement. because you have to remember, this 19-year-old kid, he is -- he may be finding a place t
's a huge step toward trying to get this city back to normal. cnn's deborah feyerick has been in the middle of it all. she's joining us now. how is it going over there, deb? >> wolf, it's so interesting, a lot of the people -- all of the people here are looking at a small memorial. i want to show you this area in particular, because this is where evidence response teams were working. this is a brand-new cement. you have to remember, those forensic experts removed a lot of evidence from this particular location. this is where they believe the bomb went off. you can see the impact of it. again, a circle around a memorial. but up there, the windows that were blasted out on both sides. just the impact, the sheer force of all of this. this entire street had been closed, as the agents worked to make sure that they got every single piece of evidence they could. they even had street sweepers come in. now you see a lot of the people here, and they're taking pictures. if we can just come around here, so we can see -- somebody left their medal. a lot of flowers. this is a much smaller one. this is whe
difficult call. have to see what happens there. we're also going to go to debra feyerick right now. she's looking at the fbi's side of this and what they're trying to do to piece together who may have done this. deb, what's the latest? >> reporter: one thing we do want to add to joe johns' reporting. one thing the fbi wants, they want to be able to identify these individuals on their own. that's always the preference in any investigation. kr you don't release a photo until you've run everything else down and can't find them on their own. the fbi has, indeed, made progress on that front. i was talking to somebody, a source that receives regular updates on what's going on. what i'm being told is investigators are reviewing surveillance video not just from the marathon, but from the weeks before the marathon. the weeks leading up to that event. they want to see if anybody walked the finish line route, whether anybody may have been casing it to see what was accessible, what was not accessible. clearly, it's somebody who has been isolated from the crowd is seen in the week prior, clearly tha
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